The risks that organizations face from cyberattacks have increased significantly over the past few years. While it’s understandable that prominent organizations and businesses face a higher risk of being targeted by cybercriminals, they’re far from the only targets. In recent years, even hospitals have not been spared by ransomware cyberattacks that paralyze the entire system.
This prevents them from providing care to many patients who are already in a life-or-death battle. The seriousness of this threat is underscored by the fact that the healthcare industry is expected to spend over $65 billion on cybersecurity products and services from 2017 through 2021. Source: Cybersecurity Ventures
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Do you know the saying “Jack of all trades, master of none”? Are you a Jack / Jill of all trades? If you know many things, does that mean you’re a master of none?
Is this a bad thing? What does this mean for you as a person? What does this mean for your organization?
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IT people always know the inside scoop. They’d be the first to tell you about vulnerabilities and the latest in ransomware. They also know where to go to get training and stay relevant in their career field.
From small businesses to large enterprises, online IT training platforms are becoming are moving from a ‘nice to have’ to a ‘need to have.’ When used correctly, they can be a resource to research a quick issue and a way to upskill an entire team with certifications – from entry level folks to senior leaders..
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